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Can lesion along the lateral wall of the left leteral ventricle identified again be cancerous ? Had brain tumor operated, on oral chemo and radiotherapy now

i am 45 years old,waight 77kg.on February 2009 i had a brain tumor opparation & it was GBM and gread 4.i got radiotharapy and still i was having oral chemo.after every 5 weeks 5 days till May2011.untill march 2011 there was no lesion seen.but in the last MRI on April there is another new lesion seen was 1.3cm.and on26 jun the Finding was :lesion along the lateral wall of the left leteral ventricle is again identified there has been interval increment in size measures definite newly developed lesion seen.there are no other significant interval. now i am having oral cemo after every 2 weeks 5 days, i had 4 curcle already. my Question is what should i do now?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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Hi, Sadman,
Thanks for query,
Not brain tumour but any tumour spreads fast to surrounding parts and lymph nodes and other organs.
Radiation and chemotherapy are symptomatic and relief from distress.
You continue the treatment as per schedule.
ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 7 Jul 2011
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